Niwakash' 01.39


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01.39.01

U'he'skwa' ne ka'sehta'kw wash kt heye'ys tyakwanhst ne'hu ne hatiksa'sh' heatiyak'skwa'.

The bus stopped half a mile from our house and let out some children.


01.39.02

Ne' n-' tyaw' hu'kyk't ks ne'hu.

I always got out there.


01.39.03

Ta un ne ka'sehta'kw wathwataseskwa' sh hwe tentknye's ta un kthak tusk kwanhst.

Then the bus circled around by the fairground and came down the highway near my house.


01.39.04

Ne'hu thsa'ky' u'ke'sehtk' wai u'kaat.

By the time I got there, I usually saw the bus pass by.


01.39.05

Thsa'tewake'sai' kakwenye'skwa' ne'hu ky' khu' n'wti ne ka'sehta'kw.

If I hurried, I could get there first.


01.39.06

S ny niyakwaksa't akwe'skwa', ne' kw he ne ya'sh' tyutkt ks kahatak hnyathaine'skwa skt kt sh heye'ys.

Two other boys made the same trip, but they always took a path the circled through the woods for a hundred yards.


01.39.07

Thsa'teuti'taiskwa' n thsa'akway' ks kakwk nae he te'.

If they ran, they came out the same time I got there on the road.


01.39.08

Ne' niwathaak'aa huik ne' thisnye'skwa'.

They called it a shortcut.


01.39.09

Kakwa teuti'nkt nae wihiak.

I thought they were really stupid.


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